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Emaar launches giant golf district in Dubai South

Global developer Emaar Properties today announced Emaar South, its newest mega-development in Dubai South, one of the city’s most sought-after destinations of the future. Situated just minutes from the Al Maktoum Internation

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Biggest milestone: Nakheel completes recovery

Dubai developer Nakheel will be completely debt-free following full payment of its Dh4.4 billion ($1.2 billion) trade creditor sukuk when it matures on Thursday (August 25), the company has announced.   The scheduled payment m

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Biggest milestone: Nakheel completes recovery

Dubai developer Nakheel will be completely debt-free following full payment of its Dh4.4 billion ($1.2 billion) trade creditor sukuk when it matures on Thursday (August 25), the company has announced.   The scheduled payment m

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Bohai Steel $28.9bn debt plan to get local support: Caixin

Bohai Steel Group, the indebted state-owned conglomerate, may receive help from a local government bailout fund to restructure its debts, the online financial magazine Caixin said at the weekend. Bohai Steel, which was created in

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GFH repays $45m to debt syndicates

Bahrain-based Islamic investment firm GFH Financial Group (GFH) has announced it has repaid $45 million to its debt syndicates, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication. To read further, please visit

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Pacific Controls in bank talks about $381m debt

Pacific Controls, a Dubai-based technology company, is in talks with banks about restructuring debts of Dh1.4 billion ($381 million), sources told Reuters, one of the largest firms to have to do so since the emirate's economy began to slow.

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Pacific Controls in bank talks about $381m debt

Pacific Controls, a Dubai-based technology company, is in talks with banks about restructuring debts of Dh1.4 billion ($381 million), sources told Reuters, one of the largest firms to have to do so since the emirate's economy began to slow.

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Emerging market debt triples since 2005, posing threat

Developing countries have nearly tripled their external debt over the past decade, outpacing economic growth and increases in foreign exchange reserves - which could leave them open in the future to a "systemic crisis", ratings agency

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Bondholders to take control of Kurdish oil firm Gulf Keystone

Kurdish oil producer Gulf Keystone will be taken over by its bondholders, including distressed-debt funds, after the firm proposed to swap $500 million of debt for shares, effectively wiping out its equity shareholders.  

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Kuwait plans $9.95bn sukuk to cover deficit

Kuwait plans to issue up to KD3 billion ($9.95 billion) in US dollar-denominated bonds and sukuk in international markets to help plug its budget deficit for the current 2016-17 fiscal year, the finance minister said on Sunday. It

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